Tag: international rhino foundation


Operation: Stop Poaching Now – Law Enforcement Crackdown

Operation: Stop Poaching Now Over the next few weeks, We will be sharing 10 Ways to Fight Rhino Poaching —…View Full Release »


New Attention Towards Recent Rhino Extinctions: Western Black Rhino

The emerging debate around the recent announcement of the Dallas Safari Club’s plans to auction a trophy hunt for a…View Full Release »


When is it Time for a Rhino to Leave its Nest?

Andatu, the first Sumatran rhino ever born in captivity in Indonesia, turned one year of age on June 22nd.  Weighing…View Full Release »


Moving White Rhinos in Kruger National Park

by Bibhab Kumar Talukdar, Ph.D. , IRF Asia Coordinator Email: b.talukdar@rhinos.org One of the most important aspects of working in…View Full Release »


Bowling for Badak Tour: Ujung Kulon National Park

By Bill Konstant Note: “Badak” is the Indonesian word for rhino. The route to Ujung Kulon National Park is a…View Full Release »


"Bowling for Badak" Indonesia Tour: Rhino Protection Units

By Bill Konstant, IRF Program Oficer Together, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) and the Rhino Foundation of Indonesia (Yayasan Badak…View Full Release »


"Bowling for Badak" IndonesiaTour

We’re Indonesia bound and bound to see badak, which means “rhinoceros” in Bahasa Indonesia, the national language.


Cinco de Rhino Revue

Just over a month ago, several institutions held public events to raise awareness and support for rhino conservation efforts. The…View Full Release »


Sumatran Rhino Semen Collection

Sectionov, Indonesia Liaison International Rhino Foundation Over the last decade, Sumatran rhino numbers appear to have declined by as much…View Full Release »


Two Baby Rhinos Born in Manas!

Question: How does one weigh the recent news of two rhino calves born in India’s Manas National Park against reports…View Full Release »